Treating Dog mange with Enzymes

Treating Dog mange with Enzymes

Dog mange is a skin condition in pet that is caused by parasitic mites invading the skin. This
condition is common in domesticated dogs spend time outside where the parasites live. The
parasites embed themselves into the skin and around the hair follicles. This causes excessive
itching on the affected skin areas. Some symptoms of mange include excessive inching and
restlessness, baldness in the affected area, redness and scabbing. Dog mange becomes apparent
and symptoms appear when the immune system can no longer keep up with the parasite growth,
causing the mites to increase in quantity on the skin. Natural remedies to control this skin
condition include and series of enzyme-based products that are non-toxic and safe to use in the
home.

Enzymes and how they treat Dog Mange

The weakened immune system due to dog mange causes the mite infestation to become out of
control. This allows mites to lay eggs and burrow into the skin. Treating mange with an enzyme
shampoo kills the external mites on the skin surface. The problem is that eggs and burrowed
mites remain and continue to multiply. Enzyme shampoo is only able to provide a temporary
relief to the itching and external symptoms of this condition. Combining the shampoo treatment
with an enzyme spray and digestive enzyme pill increases the healing process. This full
treatment kills the mites and prevents them from multiplying. A complete treatment helps the
dog build back a strong immune system to prevent the mites from coming back. Use the enzyme
spray both on the dog to control the mite population between baths. Also spray the on furniture
and carpet in the home to kill any stray mites where the dog sits.

Look for a complete enzyme kit at a specialty pet store or online retailer. Follow the application
instructions closely to give the correct treatment based on the size of the dog and severity of the
dog mange. Continue to use the treatment for the recommended number of days and until the dog
no longer shows symptoms of the condition. Stopping the treatment early creates an environment
where the parasites may reappear. If this is the case, you must start over with the treatment.
Natural enzyme treatments for dog manger are a safe alternative to the toxic treatments available
on the market. Have your dog diagnosed by a veterinarian to verify it is mange if you are unsure
of the symptoms. This will guarantee the enzyme treatment you are giving will work to eliminate
the problem with your pet.